First, I would to thank everyone who attended the Above Board Chamber Naples meeting. There were a lot of great questions and tons of information shared from Russell Tuff and myself. Here are a few highlights of the meeting and some resources that can help you save time and be more efficient when promoting your business on social media.
How to Automate Your Social Media Posts
Linking your social profiles can help you save time while still reaching out to your clients even when you are not in front of a computer. At the websites below, you can create a free account, link your social media profiles, add all your posts and schedule them to post at the times you want to reach out to your clients.
How to Put Your Twitter Account on Autopilot
Don’t know what to say on Twitter? One of the tools coolest tools you can use it Twitterfeed. Twitterfeed is a utility that allows you to feed your content (for example, blog posts or any other content that supports RSS feeds) to twitter, Facebook, and other social platforms. It also provides tracking information to measure the performance of your posts.
Do you ever get tired of getting dozens of emails a day from all your social media site? Here is a way to consolidate all those emails NutshellMail. NutshellMail is a free service from Constant Contact. It tracks your social media activity and delivers a summary to your email at your preferred time and as often as you would like, once a day, every hour, etc. And a really convenient feature, you can respond right from email.
Facebook Post Hierarchy
To determine which posts to show, Facebook puts higher weight on some posts. The hierarchy correlates with users interaction. Use the guide below to engage your customer and create higher interaction.
How to Find Royalty Free Images
With so many images available on the internet, how do you find some that you can use without having to worry about their copyright. Go to http://images.google.com/ and type your search. When you get the image results on right side click the round gear. From the drop down menu, select “advance search”. Toward the bottom of the page look for usage rights. Click the arrow on the right to reveal the drop down menu and select one of the free options depending of the way you intend to use the image. (Click the images below to enlarge.)
I hope all these tips can help you save time, stand out from your competition and grow your client reach.
If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.